Most women we know are on a quest for amazing hair, which makes them buy and try an obscene amount of hair products.
So we did our research and made a complete list of the only hair products every woman really requires. What’s more, the results will be amazing and you’ll never have a bad hair day again. Read on to see if you’ve got everything we recommend and get ready to toss anything else taking up extra space in your bathroom!
While this may look like an unnecessary extra step to many, leave-in conditioner helps detangle and comb your hair more easily, thus saving a lot of time.
It helps keep hair hydrated and acts like a ‘primer’ before applying styling products.
We suggest you to enhance and define your curls to enjoy that extra oomph factor in an easy way using BBLUNT High Definition Curl, Curl Defining Leave-In Cream or get great looking hair even in hot, dry and humid weather with BBLUNT’s Climate Control Anti-Frizz Leave-In Cream.
Yes, everyone needs oil; even those of us with baby fine hair. Don’t worry, there are formulas that won’t make hair look greasy. A good hair oil can keep ends polished and frizz free, and of course, help add lots of shine.
From the good old coconut champi to the new age Argan formulas,we have something for each one of you.
Argan oil found in Organix Moroccan Argan Oil Penetrating Oil is best to de-frizz and give you smooth, shiny locks. Likewise, olive oil found in Jovees Bhringraj & Olive Hair Oil is excellent to revive dry strands and restore shine elasticity. Coconut containing oils like Kama Ayurveda Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil penetrate in hair shafts to strengthen weak spots and prevent breakage. No time for a trim? Just dab a few drops of L’Oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil Rich Oil to revive tips and camouflage the damage.
Heat Protectant Spray
If you use hot tools on a regular basis, a heat protectant spray is a must.
With the power in modern blow dryers and the high heat of flat irons [400 degrees in some cases], we need to make sure our hair stays healthy.
To prevent damage and breakage, it’s important that you first apply a heat protection formula like a mousse, serum or spray before your blow dry or flat iron your hair.
Toni&Guy Heat Protection Mist: High Temperature Protection and Wella Professionals EIMI Thermal Image Heat Protection Spray are two of our favorites.
Dry shampoos are miracle workers.
Most of us don’t wash our hair every day, and most hairstylists agree that it’s a good thing. And while fewer washes may mean a healthier scalp and softer ends, it also can mean greasy roots and a smelly head.
A dry shampoo is a girl’s best friend. It will get rid of the oil in your hair and helps add volume as well.
BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo revamps your hair in just a spray. Just shake, spray and rub it on for 2 minutes. We also love Batiste Dry Shampoo Instant Hair Refresh Fruity & Cheeky Cherry; the fragrance delivers a rich cherry scent as it livens up your locks.
Shampoo and Conditioner
OK, this is a no brainer, but choosing the correct shampoo and conditioner combo for your hair is very essential. No matter your hair type or texture, you should always ensure that you’re giving your hair the perfect base you need to create any look and get the most out of your styling products.
With its creamy texture and coconut scent, Dove DermaCare Scalp Dryness & Itch Relief Shampoo and Conditioner, another favorite, banishes flakes and helps keep your scalp calm and squeaky clean.
Hairspray is the finishing touch for any hairstyle.
We suggest buying a travel-sized hairspray so you can take it with you to big events and trips. And if you’re only going to buy one hairspray, prefer a lightweight, flexible-hold formula. This way you can use it whether your hair is down and loose or slicked into an updo.
We love a texturizing spray like Toni&Guy Casual: Sea Salt Texturising Spray which makes hair stick together, helping define waves, curls and reduces frizziness and flyaways.
This was our curated guide of all hair products your strands need right now. Tell us your favorite ones in the comments below.
Author: Muskan Sachdeva, Team Glamrada